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asdasd25
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Just a quick background. my girlfriend and i was making out on 31/12/07 and we decided to take it to the bathe room. clothes off and made out.
there was no intercourse and no contact between my penis and her vagina. what we did was just kissing, i went down on her and then bathe together. i did not ejaculate when we are making out. then we took a quick bathe. while drying ourself, she gave me a handjob and i ejaculate into the toilet bowl, no contact with her body or what so ever.
her last period was on 10/11th of dec and she haven had her period since.. she told me also that she had some bleeding, like spotting, on the 5th i think. it lasted for about 2-3 days.

could she be pregnant..?
why would there be spotting..?
she wasnt ovulating right..?

please help

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LilBlueSmurf
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Semen needs to come in contact w/ the vulva for there to be ANY pregnancy risk. It doesn't sound like that happened here.

There can't be any pregnancy with no pregnancy risk.

Does she normally have irregular periods? Some women have spotting sometimes, for seemingly no reason. Doesn't mean she's pregnant.

If she doesn't have her period in the next week and it would make you feel better, you can ask her to take a pregnancy test. (As through was no risk though, i would personally opt for just waiting it out.)

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asdasd25
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yeah, she is normally having irregular periods. but the spotting is freaking her out.. i told her to get to kit to test but i think that would freak her out even more [Frown]
sheesh..

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any more advice.. [Frown]
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The best advice, if she is really freaking out about this, is to have her take a pregnancy test. Given your situation, I don't believe there was much of a risk at all.

Trust me, taking a pregnancy test can be the best relief there is. They are definitly worth the $10 or so dollars.

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how do i get her to test.. she seem scared when i just brush the idea of the kit. [Frown]
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Perhaps you could buy one for her? They aren't that expensive. And maybe you could be with her when she takes it, for moral support. It's a pretty easy test- Preferably first thing in the morning, she pees on the stick and waits for a few minutes.

This is the only was she's going to know for sure, unless she gets a full blown period or she goes to the doctor and they do a blood test or even a urine test. So really, this would be the most efficient, at this point. So you could let her know that.

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